Kaya Genç reviews Turkish author Nazlı Koca’s debut novel “The Applicant.”
Kaya Genç reviews Turkish author Tezer Özlü’s newly translated novel “Cold Nights of Childhood.”
Kaya Genç reviews Turkish author Ahmet Altan’s “Lady Life.”
Kaya Genç surveys the work of Annie Ernaux via her memoir “Getting Lost,” translated by Alison L. Strayer.
Kaya Genç assesses Dimitar Bechev’s indictment of Turkish democracy.
“Oscar Wilde: A Life” displays an almost Tolstoyan attention to detail.
Kaya Genç analyzes the body of work of Turkey’s foremost contemporary filmmaker, Nuri Bilge Ceylan, through the lens of a recent academic monograph.
The celebrated Turkish author’s second novel is a spare, affecting study of friendship between women.
Unlike it's reception in United States, "Mustang" has been divisive in Turkey
Kaya Genç interviews contemporary Turkish artist Halil Altındere and writer Süreyyya Evren about "User’s Manual 2.0: Contemporary Art in Turkey...
Arabic is one of the six most spoken languages in the world today, with more than 400 million people using one of its varieties.
Nazi propagandists instrumentalized and distorted Turkey for the political purposes of the Third Reich.